Transmusical Distortion

Note: This is one of my old albums from before I really knew what I was doing. I still get a kick out of some of these tracks though, and I figure I may as well leave this page here for archival purposes.

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Transmusical Distortion stays true to my sound, with hard pulsating beats, piercing leads, memorable melodies, multiple genre's, progressive builds, and even a few gentle tracks made to prick the heart.

Several new virtual Synth's were brought on board for this album, helping to contribute to the awesome instrumentation. A lot of the melodies were composed on a MIDI keyboard, and "Glorious Triumph" as well as "Live Strings" even have straight up live recording from it.

A few remixes join the scene, as I redo a previous track in "Cannon - Orchestral Edition" remix a popular artist in "Hunt the Bass," and give tribute to one of my old favorites in "OMF: 2097." A wide variety of new genre's were also added to my repertoire to give a wider spread, including new Hardstyle, Techno, Trance, Funk, Dubstep, House, Electro, and even classical.

No matter what your tastes are, there is something in this album for you.

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  1. Can you release an MP3 version of this album? thx

    1. Unfortunately, LMMS doesn't directly export to MP3. I would have to convert manually, and since MP3 is a lossy format, the same quality would never be there.

    2. You can use the Free Audio Converter from and convert it to MP3 VBR to have a not-so-lossy output
      You can convert a list of file just drag and dropping them into the program!


    3. I can also do that with Audacity, but that conversion would still be too lossy for my arbitrary standard. I like to let third parties publish lower quality stuff if they want it.

  2. Hey, I watched your dubstep tutorial on YouTube and was wondering if I have permission to profit from my song if it has some of your samples from your sample pack on it. Thanks! Please emailme at

  3. Hey lazer, do you have an email i could send you something, perchance? i have a dubstep drumline i'm developing, from your tutorial in advanced lmms, and i wanted to send you the project file to see what you think.

    1. This may seem a bit odd, but I don't do project exchanges unless I'm collabing with someone. You could PM me on youtube and send me an audio version though.

      The reason for this is twofold:
      1) My email is still fairly private
      2) I want to judge you based on the sound you make, not how you make it.